A community of scholars; the university seminars at Columbia, edited by Frank Tannenbaum.


New York, Praeger [1965] .

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Subjects Columbia University -- History.
Education, Higher.
Description xii, 177 p. 22 cm.
Contents Origin, growth, and theory of the university seminar movement, by F. Tannenbaum.--A source of spiritual power, by J.H. Randall, Jr.--The rationale, by A. Hofstadter.--The seminars and graduate education, by P.F. Lazarsfeld.--An example of spontaneous administration, by P. Goodman.--The age of the skilled intellectual, by D. Bell.--The seminars and the university, by L.C. Dunn.--A sturdy new institution by M. Mead.--The play of the mind, by P. C. Jessup.--A note of reflection, by G. Seldes.--The potential of the university seminar model, by R. Theobald.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00190092
(OCoLC)190092
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